Robin Williams might not be anymore with us, but the talented comedian and brilliant actor has left us with his last picture, 'Boulevard.'
The first official trailer of Robin Williams starrer American drama film, 'Boulevard' has been released and we can only say, 'incredibly emotional.' Boulevard focuses on Nolan (Robin Williams), a 60-year-old man who has worked in the same bank for nearly 26 years.
Breaking his monotonous life and loveless marriage, Nolan comes out free with his long-suppressed sexual identity after he picks up a male hooker, Leo, (Roberto Aguire) on the street, and pays him for companionship rather than sex.
Nolan and his wife, Joy (Kathy Baker) live separate lives and sleep in separate rooms as he suppresses his identity and sexual choices.
One of the scenes in the trailer shows Nolan getting punched on his head just to save his lover, Leo. He even confronts is wife, Joy saying he loves her a lot after revealing his sexual identity.
Director Dito Montiel's film also stars Bob Odenkirk. Boulevard is set for a July 10 release.
Although Robin Williams voice will be heard in Absolutely Anything, a sci-fi comedy in which Williams voices a dog, we are emotional to see his last live on-screen performance in Boulevard as a gay.